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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning


Head of the CCTL

Dr Meg Tait sets strategic directions for the CCTL's educational and researcher development activities. She is also course director for the Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and leads the University's Teaching Associates’ Programme. She is an Official Fellow of Queens’ College.


For CCTL's Researcher Development Programme team, visit the RDP website.


Senior Teaching Associate

Dr Ruth Walker works with faculties and departments to identify areas for the development and enhancement of teaching and learning, investigating the educational needs of students and staff in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across Cambridge. She is particularly focused on inclusive practice and curriculum enhancement.


Pathways in Higher Education Practice (PHEP)

Dr Anna Gannon runs the University's professional development programme for probationary University lecturers and new supervisors of PhD students. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, an affiliated lecturer in the History of Art Department, and a Fellow of St. Edmund's College.


Educational Technologist

Dr Ruth Laing provides specialist advice to the CCTL team on online and blended learning pedagogy. She also contributes to University-level initiatives to share and improve practice in teaching with technology. In addition, Ruth supports the online and blended learning provision of the RDP.


CCTL Administration Team

The CCTL administration team supports both CCTL and RDP courses, programmes and events.

Fiona Sutton
Programme Manager

Sam Jolley
Programme Coordinator

Charlotte Bichener
Programme Administrator


CCTL Brochure